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January DMOM entries

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Armorama are proud to present the entries into the January model of the month contest sponsored by Dragon Models, please take a moment to view them and then vote for your favourite, don't forget we are currently taking entries for the February DMOM contest.

And to remind you all of the prizes:-
First Place
The prize will be a Latest or Upcoming release of a Dragon Model Kit (1/35 scale).
Second Place
The prize will be a recent release of a Dragon Model Kit (1/35 scale).
Third Place
The prize will be a recent release of a Dragon Figure Kit (1/35 scale).

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About the Author

About Keith Forsyth (docdios)
FROM: ENGLAND - WEST MIDLANDS, UNITED KINGDOM

Keith Forsyth (docdios) comes from the small town of Stafford in the United Kingdom. He began his interest in modeling at an early age with armor being the main focus. It was not until finding himself between jobs in 1995 that he really got hooked. It was during a shopping visit to another town when...


Comments

Hello A lot of great entries this month; REALLY HARD to choose one because they're all marvelous! There has been a nagging issue for me though; how do you not know someone's entry isn't been stacked of votes by friends who know the person? i.e. people are creating accounts or are just friends of the builder that recognizes or know of the build before and just votes for it not based on what they think is the "best", but because they're friends. In other words, their vote is being swayed by extraneous variables.
FEB 06, 2010 - 05:10 PM
I believe that they said in the Rules for entering that they can actually get the IP address for each vote. If that is the case then there friends would have to logs onto several different computers. Plus there has to be some kind of integrity for this contest. I'm not saying people wouldn't try it My vote is in. Good luck guys! Herky
FEB 06, 2010 - 05:26 PM
Hey, Well I recall someone from Poland entering a model that wasn't even his into the DMoM and won; speak of integrity huh? To add more insult to injury, a staff member here added one of "his" models as a feature... What the heck!? I don't get it. Oh, what I meant by friends, is current users here, not "outside" friends; but then again, there are a lot people out there with no integrity, morals, values that would try anything to gain a quick buck. Society has really gone into the ground. I guess that's the problem with honor systems; it takes one bad apple to ruin it for everyone.
FEB 06, 2010 - 07:04 PM
I think the new voting system is much better, hopefully the moderators can spot any unusual voting patterns which could indicate cheating. What we need is to get more people to vote so that weight of numbers makes 'friends' voting for each other irrelevent.
FEB 07, 2010 - 03:23 AM
Just to add my comment: I think the new system is great, keep it up! Hopefully there will be more entries now that visibility has been increased. Cheers Stef
FEB 07, 2010 - 05:22 AM
A little advice Alexander. Try to think for few minutes before you send such idiocies publicly.... Try to understand how things work here and in the features section. It should help. Keith, thank you for putting an additional link to promote the DMOM. spit
FEB 07, 2010 - 10:54 AM
If you are refering to Keith's bulldozer feature, I don't see how someone could think that is not fair or favoritism. It is an outstanding model of a very unique subject. Have you ever submitted photo's of you completed work for a feature?? Maybe that would be something you want to try... Herky
FEB 12, 2010 - 02:43 AM
so it's 10 days past come on don't keep us in suspense who's the winner? it's much more exciting when you can't see the votes
FEB 12, 2010 - 02:53 AM
Will you be able to see your votes in the end, how many each model got?
FEB 12, 2010 - 05:44 AM
System is much nicer. I'm sure there is at least one model in there that is 1/72, but can't see it attracting many votes. Maybe there could be an occasional braille only competition, a couple of times per year?
FEB 13, 2010 - 12:47 AM